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In this audio recording, Kenji Sakamoto discusses Peter Drucker’s ideas on management in this two-part talk. He begins by describing a business’s dependence on specific groups within an organization. He talks about how both business and society must trust the government. He discusses how parts of the government are autonomous, but there is no innovation within government. Sakamoto talks about how information is distributed effectively to all members of an organization. He ends the discussion by talking about the importance of technicians and skilled workers.